Boiling heat transfer at reduced pressures with water supplied to the heat-transfer surface through a capillary-porous body
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The boiling of water supplied to the heating surface through a capillary-porous body has been experimentally investigated at pressures from 6 to 310 mbar.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Statistical Physic Boiling Heating Surface Boiling Heat Transfer
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